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senator bill nelson there, has asked the republican governor, rick scott, to extend early voting. this being the last day. so far, the governor has said no. there's a lot for the justice department observers to keep an eye on, at least in the sunshine state. >> and so joe, are we talking about just extending it throughout the day instead of say, 7:00 being the time the polls close this evening, it would be 10:00 p.m., or are we talking about extending it into a whole other day? >> i have heard it both ways. i heard extending it into sunday, of course, that's problematic because as you know, the state of florida passed a bunch of different laws including cutting off that last sunday before election day as an early voting day. they say they did that because they wanted to give the election officials more time to prepare for tuesday. and the idea that they would now come at the 11th hour and switch back to the old scheme doesn't sound like something the governor would want to do. >> okay, and as it pertains to the justice department election monitors, what would they be doing as the
by governor rick scott recommends that schools give a break to students for math and science. that's most needed for the florida job market. and those studying political science will have to pay more because they have fewer job prospects in the state. vice-president joe biden is at it again with another gaffe on the campaign trail. this time flubs the name of a democratic senate candidate at an event, key swing state of virginia. >> i want to tell you it's good to be in the state that's going to be represented by tim kai kaine. i'm a big tom kaine began. a big tom kaine fan. >> alisyn: he had it right the first time. and former governor tim kaine, not tom, is running for the senate. the candidate did not seem bothered by the mistake, and tim kaine took to twitter and thanked the vice-president saying a shout out, saying, i love jay biden. those are your headlines. >> clayton: thanks, alisyn. time to talk sports because san francisco closer, closing romo slammed the door on the tigers in the 9th last night giving the giants a 3-0 zeros lead and romo is known for his wild antics on and off
, i must say. and i always enjoy being on a panel with scott and rick. havethink we're going to an interesting discussion. i want to take on just about everything that was said so let me get started. i have ten minutes to do this. title 1, title 1 of dodd-frank. right now, as you heard, it december ignates 36 bank holding companies as liable to create instability in the u.s. economy if they fail. in addition, it goes on to permit the financial stability oversight council to designate an unknown number of additional non-bank institutions that could create instability in the u.s. economy if they fail. now what does it mean when congress gives this authority to the f.s.o.c. or december ignates this notion in the statute? what it says is these institutions are too big to fail. so not only are we worried about the problem of too big to fail but we've made the problem worse by embedding it in the statute for these banking ins institutions and perpting them to designate certain institutions and we understand from them reading the newspapers they have four institutions in mind that a
. [applause] >> good morning. i too am here and happy to be here with scott and rick and jerry. no one else. [laughter] i too want to thank, you know, george washington law and art, others who have done this. it is a terrific program. it is good they do it every year. and i thank them for inviting me and i hope after my remarks i can get invited again. i'm in charge of better markets which is a nonprofit organization that promotes the public interest in the financial markets. you want to talk about a lonely job, join us. to insure i dei have so the compliment frequently sent my way as the manual street loves to hate, i thought i would take, make a few comments on some overarching issues often unspoken. a lot to say. not much time. i'm from boston, i talk fast. if you're thinking of sleeping at this time you want to leave now. very quickly, two quick things on what peter had to say. many my remarks will address them. to say i disagree undo the line would be an understatement. first it ignores the entire fact there was implicit guaranty prior to the crisis all the too-big-to-fail banks would
to opensecrets.org frustration about the campaigns. thanks for your time. guest: my pleasure. >> scott keeter curtis hubbard. rick palacio. tonight mitt romney speaks at avon lake, ohio. you can see his comments tonight and a hot eastern on sees fit. joe biden was also in ohio earlier today. he campaigned in youngstown, where bill clinton. this was after obama canceled his advance because of the hurricane. you can see the vice president tonight at 8:35 eastern on c- span. now i looked at iowa, from this morning's "washington journal." it is 40 minutes. host: next, a look at the battleground state of iowa with a senior political writer, michael over. mike glover. iowa democratic chairman sue dvorsky, to look at democratic strategy is in that battleground state. we have not suffered the steps of the recession that other parts of the country have. the economy is less worse than in other places because the farm economy is darned good this year. commodity prices are up. land prices are up, and that has helped drive the economy in the right direction. there is not a lot of uncertainty in iowa. hos
, a democrat, former senator rick santorum, republican. neither of these men are known for being at a loss for words, i think we will have a very lively discussion. moderating the panel is scott rasmussen. he is a frequent guest on cable tv and a contributor to numerous prints and online publications. he recently debuted a nationally syndicated television show, "what america thinks." with that, i will turn it over. >> this is a great time. less than two weeks to go until the election, we are already in the election month. voters in lots of other states are casting ballots as well and it has changed everything about the election process. we are at the point where everyone is guessing who's going to win. from what i see in the numbers everyone who tells you that they know is lying to you or deluding themselves. the race is close and it has been close. i want to take it will but of context. in the last few weeks the media stories have been about how mitt romney had a great first debate and turn the entire campaign around and is now in some quarters considered a slight favorite in this race. t
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